CBS News' Michael George has a look at the aftermath of the violent demonstrations.
National Guard Mobilized In Minneapolis Amid George Floyd ProtestsCBS News' Michael George has a look at the aftermath of the violent demonstrations.
Sports Broadcasting Pioneer Phyllis George DiesGeorge was a former Miss America who went on to join 'The NFL Today' on CBS.
Researchers: Most States Have Not Met Coronavirus Testing Levels To ReopenCBS News’ Danya Baccuhs reports from Los Angeles on the efforts to balance saving the economy and saving lives.
QuarantineChat App Allows People To Connect With StrangersIf you’re missing interactions with everyday strangers, the app QuarantineChat allows a new way to connect. CBS News’ Nancy Chen reports.
Dilemma For Ranchers During COVID-19 PandemicFor ranchers, cattle prices have dropped a third in two months as prices for consumers hit new highs. CBS News’ Janet Shamlian reports.
Bear Invades Cabin With 2 Women Inside In TennesseeTwo friends thought they were alone in a cabin in the Tennessee wilderness, until they realized a black bear was outside trying to get in – which the bear did.
Mother, Daughter Both Battling COVID-19 In CaliforniaMother’s Day has taken on a whole new meaning for a mother and daughter in California who are both battling COVID-19. CBS News’ Chris Martinez reports.
Authorities Investigate New Video Taken Before Ahmaud Arbery Was Shot DeadArbery, who was African-American, was cornered and shot twice while jogging in Brunswick, Georgia. Two white men, Travis and Gregory McMichael, have been charged. CBS News’ Omar Villafranca reports.
What's Needed To Reopen The Nation's EconomyExperts say extensive testing, social distancing, and contact tracing are needed to reopen the nation’s economy, and with rising unemployment, members of the Trump administration are looking for ways to intervene. CBS News’ Nikole Killion reports from Washington.
President Trump Says U.S. COVID-19 Death Toll Could Reach 100,000President Donald Trump held a virtual town hall Sunday, in which he also weighed in on when schools would reopen. CBS News' Nikole Killion reports.
Dealing With Stay-At-Home When Living AloneIf you’re quarantining by yourself these days, therapists say it requires some additional self-care. CBS News’ Marin Austin explains.
Dozens Of States Wrap Up First Weekend Of Relaxed Stay-At-Home OrdersMeanwhile, President Donald Trump plans to answer questions about the economy at a virtual town hall. CBS News’ Nikole Killion reports.
Blue Angels, Thunderbirds Honor COVID-19 Essential WorkersThe Blue Angels honored frontline COVID-19 first responders and essential workers with a formation flight.
Quarantine Baking Takes Off On Social MediaBakers – first-timers ad pros – are using the kitchen as a form of stress release during the coronavirus pandemic. CBS News’ Nancy Chen reports.
Some Signs Of Optimism For COVID-19 In New York, Other States Begin ReopeningThere was a slight uptick in the number of deaths in New York Saturday, but there are also reasons to be optimistic there amid the coroavirus pandemic. CBS News' Michael George reports on that, and reopening efforts in Florida.
Positive Results For Remdesivir As COVID-19 TreatmentEncouraging new results have emerged with regard to the antiviral drug remdesivir, which is being tested in Chicago. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Some Restaurants Try Unique Deliveries During Stay-At-Home PeriodCustomers and businesses alike are relying on delivery to adapt to the shutdown amid the coronavirus pandemic. Some restaurants are trying out creative ways to keep customers spending. CBS News’ Nancy Chen reports.
Some States Prepare To Reopen In Some Ways Amid PandemicAt least 20 states are set to bring back business in some way in the coming days, including some surrounding Illinois. CBS News' Dean Reynolds reports.
Dr. Birx: Social Distancing Will Be With Us Through SummerWhile the spread of coronavirus is slowing in some areas, new questions have arisen about how to maintain social distancing as the economy gradually reopens. CBS News’ Nikole Killion reports.
Farm Workers Say They’re Working In Dangerous Conditions Amid COVID-19 CrisisAmid the coronavirus pandemic, many farm workers are doing essential work with little or no protective gear. As CBS News’ Manuel Bojorquez reports, their lives, and the nation’s food supply are at risk.
Nation's Food Supply Shows Signs Of StrainAn increasing number of food workers are infected with COVID-19, and the resulting closures of several food processing plants could cause long-lasting shortages. CBS News’ Dean Reynolds reports.
Some States Start To Relax Stay-At-Home Orders, Others Brace For Coronavirus PeakThe total number of coronavirus cases in the U.S. now tops 700,000, with more than 37,000 deaths. CBS News’ Danya Bacchus reports.
Some Hopes For Economic Recovery As Coronavirus Pandemic ContinuesThere are now 547,000 Americans who have tested positive for coronavirus and nearly 2,200 who have died. But this Easter Sunday, as CBS News’ Nikole Killion reports, there is some hope for economic recovery.
Doctors In New York Report Seeing More Younger COVID-19 PatientsWe hear stories every day about the need for personal protective equipment, and how the coronavirus doesn’t just affect the elderly. CBS News’ David Begnaud had the chance to go behind closed doors at a Brooklyn hospital that is overwhelmed with patients.